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No matter where you live, you will find caregivers working in hospitals, medical offices, homes, child- and senior-care facilities, or in organizations dedicated to helping the young, elderly, indigent, sick, mentally disturbed, and those suffering from substance abuse and other problems. As the population grows, and the number of seniors continues to increase, the need to provide elder care will become especially urgent. Those who live in rural areas may have to travel a distance to work. Unlike some fields, such as transportation, manufacturing, or tourism, where jobs are concentrated in definite places, opportunities for caregivers are found wherever people live. Because so much of this book is devoted to opportunities in the health field, projected employment growth information from the United States Department of Labor Web page is included here: Wage and salary employment in the health services industry is projected to increase more than 25 percent through 2010, compared with an average of 16 percent for all industries. . . . Employment growth is expected to account for 2.8 million new jobs 13 percent of all wage and salary jobs added to the economy over the 2000 2010 period. Projected rates of employment growth for the various segments of this industry range from 10 percent in hospitals, the largest and slowest growing industry segment, to 68 percent in the much smaller home health care services.
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